Bank Holidays 2022: Banks will remain closed for 8 days in a month from today, you can do important work sitting at home, see how

If seen from today i.e. August 13, the bank holidays have started. Today is the second Saturday of the month. On August 14, being a Sunday, the bank will be closed. August 15 is a national holiday. Similarly, the bank will be closed for a total of 5 days in the next week.


New Delhi. As soon as the festive season starts in the country, the process of holidays has also started. If you have any work related to banks next week, then you will have to settle it online. In such a situation, if you need to go to a bank branch for some work, then first check the complete list of holidays. Now for the remaining days of August, banks will remain closed for a total of 8 days. These include weekly holidays and holidays on festivals.


Today i.e. from August 13, the bank holidays have started. Today is the second Saturday of the month. On August 14, being a Sunday, the bank will be closed. August 15 is a national holiday. Similarly, the bank will be closed for a total of 5 days in the next week. The Reserve Bank fixes a list of holidays for banks in every financial year. It may be different for each state. RBI schedules holidays for banks in three categories. This includes Negotiable Instruments Act holidays, real time gross settlement holidays and bank closing of account holidays.
Banks will remain closed on this date for the remaining days of August

August 13: Second Saturday (weekly holiday)

August 14: Sunday (weekly holiday)
August 15: Independence Day
16 August: Parsi New Year (holiday in Mumbai and Nagpur)
18 August: Janmashtami (holiday across the country)
August 21: Sunday (weekly holiday ) )
August 28: Sunday (weekly holiday)
August 31: Ganesh Chaturthi (banks will remain closed in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka)

Work can be done sitting at home,

if you have any important work related to the bank and are facing problems due to the closure of the bank, then you can do some work related to it sitting at home. So you can use online banking. Can use mobile banking. If you want to transfer money, you can use UPI. If you want to open a bank account, you can login to the mobile application of the concerned bank. In this way you will not need to go to the bank.

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